SendFont Announces Free Online Service to Use Virtually Any Font in Email, Text, Blogs and Websites

Finally online communication has evolved. Fonts will now mean something more than just text on a page.
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Sandy, UT ( March 7, 2010 - The fonts used in emails, texts and blog are lifeless and boring. The general public is still being misunderstood at times because they are forced to use old fonts that don't convey what they want to say. Thanks to new communication technology called SendFont, times have finally changed.

SendFont is being called by some, the most revolutionary communication technology since charcoal touched cave walls. When communicating, the font used often says just as much as the words written. SendFont ensures words can always carry the intended emotions they were written with.

At SendFont anyone can create a free account and use virtually any font they want anywhere they want, expressing exactly how they feel, no matter their computer skill level.

It's simple to use. To start, users login and choose a font. The font editor comes up ready to type in the font that has been selected. At any time while writing, users can change the font size and color, or compare what has been written in multiple fonts side by side.

Once users are satisfied with what they have written, in one click, they can instantly choose from seven different ways to use it. Send as an email or text; use in a MySpace, Facebook, blog, and website; or save to the desktop.

The inspiration for SendFont was born when co-founders Brock Doxey and Ben Layton read a tweet from Weird Al Yankovic that stated, "There should be a font for sarcasm."

"Brock and I realized that even with all of the amazing technology available to communicate today, that not being able to use any font you want to express yourself was archaic and painful," Layton said. "We wanted to create an easy and fun way to change that. With SendFont, I think we did."

Finally, not only can the world can say it like they mean it, they can write it like they mean it.


Tag Words: communication, blog, email, font, technology
Categories: Computers | Internet

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